Goalie Mindset expert Pete Fry is back with more key mindset tips that will help you become a better goaltender. Pete played in the Western Hockey League for the Portland Winterhawks and the Victoria Cougars. He was drafted by the New Jersey Devils. Today he works with goaltenders of all levels, from minor hockey to professionals, helping them achieve more on the ice through developing their mental skills.
The following is based on content from Pete Fry’s Goalie Mindset Power a ground breaking 30-day program dedicated entirely to helping goaltenders create a mindset that will guarantee results. Goalie Mindset Power has been developed from three decades of research into goaltending success, examining the habits and traits of winning goaltenders at all ages and levels.
What is a belief? What is the definition of a belief? A belief is an acceptance that something is true. A feeling of certainty about what something means. It doesn’t matter if a belief is correct or incorrect. What does matter is, does the belief empower you or does it disempower you? Does that belief encourage you to take action towards your dreams or does that belief stop you from taking action towards your dreams. You want to have a whole list of empowering beliefs, and you want to get rid of the disempowering beliefs.
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Learn more about mastering your goalie mindset from Pete Fry:
Start Your Day with this 10-Minute Morning Mindset Routine
The Mindset For Your Best Tryout Performance
The Mental Game: Massively increase your odds of playing pro
The Mental Game: Why do I suck?
You can work directly with Pete on your goalie mindset. Consider joining the Goalie Mindset Power program or you can contact Pete directly.
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